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OSHAWA — An invasive species is destroying Oshawa’s ash trees at a much faster pace than initially anticipated and the City must spend tens of thousands of dollars dealing with the problem. The emerald ash borer is a small beetle … Continue reading
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March 16, 2012 Mark Cullen SPECIAL TO THE STAR via Yourhome.ca. If you could have saved the mature elm trees of Toronto from the ravages of the Dutch elm disease, would you have done it? If I offered you the chance … Continue reading
BACKGROUND: Azadirachtins are natural insecticides derived from the neem tree. The emerald ash borer (EAB) is an exotic invasive insect pest that infests various ash tree species and has the potential for significant economic, aesthetic and ecological impacts throughout North … Continue reading